Here's one woman's interpretation. You saw it yourself. You've seen it in context. It flows and there isn't much mistake available in interpreting what he said:
You Didn't Build It
There's nothing particularly American about roads and bridges and an educational system. That couldn't have been the distinctive advantage that he refers to. He's discounted the entrepreneurial spirit and he certainly eschews the profit motive which he has called obscene too many times to recount.
But, he walks it back and accuses everyone who can see and hear and read of taking out of context.
Wouldn't it be refreshing to have him say something meaningful in public and then not to have a week of reshaping, denial, walk-back and explanations? Can't he consistently say what he means, mean what he says and then follow through? Is there really so little "there" there?