“I thought he had some particularly moving lines in there. It was a really good speech,” Mr. Clinton said, adding that the blend of domestic and global challenges were “encapsulized well.” He used that word -– encapsulized, which cannot be quickly located in a dictionary -– several times.
Ok, sure, Bill. Encapsulized. He still does the slight undermining things, of course: the speech was "very well delivered, obviously." Obama is the first African-American president, did you know? But mainly he was just happy to tell Jeff Zeleny all of his thoughts on this speech, in his new made-up language, and as his aides attempted pulled him away "Mr. Clinton lingered to talk a little while longer."