Well, I've listened to most (all what still is online) of her speech.
In terms of content she didn't move not a whit from her (= the government's) refugee and asylum policy (and that could have been observed until now). What she did, however, was referring to the often quotet sentence "Wir schaffen das" (we can do this
), because to much had been interpreted in this everyday sentence
. "Manch einer fühlt sich provoziert. Ich habe ihn anspornend und anerkennend gemeint." (Some people felt provoked. It was meant stimulating and appreciating.)
). She then spoke that many problems were state-related, but not all: the asylum and refugee had had to be better explained.