"That's what we're trying to figure out," he said. "How do we make sure that we encourage you to stand, but we're not requiring you to do anything. You're allowed to do anything that you want (under) the First Amendment. You can express yourself, but we want you to stand because you want to stand. We're not going to make you stand, and we want to make our country and communities a better place, not because you're forcing us to but because we're compelled to. And I think that's the important thing here."