The Baltimore booing of first lady Melania Trump during an opioid awareness event Tuesday has evoked more reactions. Most hailed Melania for her composed demeanor and her defense of the boisterous crowd as “part of the democracy.”

Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade said: “Melania is an international model, and she should be on more covers than Jennifer Aniston, but she’s virtually ignored,” pointing out how she fights for a cause despite her standing as a global celebrity.

Kilmeade praised the first lady for not reacting to the crowd at the Summit “She’s booed on stage knowing that every camera is there, but instead of speeding up and getting rattled, she keeps her calm, stays composed,” he said.

Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren took exception to the crowd’s behavior and advised all to show respect. Lahren said the students’ behavior signaled a larger issue for America.

The youth summit was sponsored by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and youth foundation of actor Mark Wahlberg.

Speaking on Fox & Friends Wednesday, Lahren wondered “Can you imagine if this were Michelle Obama?."

Juan Williams and Lawrence Jones of Fox News also reacted to the Baltimore incident and said Melania Trump’s response was “graceful.”

“I think that's the way to handle it. I don't think that she was going to fire back,” Williams said Wednesday on "The Five."

Trump’s comments on Baltimore

Williams said the first lady should have been prepared after her husband's past comments on Baltimore.

“She had to know she was going into the lion's den because her husband had just absolutely demolished Baltimore and said the most horrible things," Williams said.

Earlier this year Trump had a war of words with Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland, who died recently.

The President lampooned the Democrat's district as a “rodent-infested mess where no human being would want to live.”

Lawrence Jones applauded Melania Trump for “staying on message” during the appearance and noted President Trump has a lot to learn from his wife.

Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011
Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011 GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Andy Kropa

“I think the president if I have one critique of him, he could learn that from Melania,” Jones said.

After the event, Melania Trump issued a statement that said in a democracy there is space for dissent and protest: “We live in a democracy and everyone is entitled to their opinion, but the fact is we have a serious crisis in our country and I remain committed to educating children on the dangers and deadly consequences of drug abuse.”