Former Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell (R) hasn't abandoned Twitter since her 16-point defeat Nov. 2.

She used her account Monday to commend Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her speech at a press conference about WikiLeaks and its release of thousands of sensitive diplomatic cables over the weekend.

"Some may cringe when I say this," O'Donnell tweeted," but Hillary-You Go Girl! She's no Reagan yet her verbal lashing against wikileak is tough-watch out Obama!"

O'Donnell has expressed admiration for Clinton in the past, naming her among the "senators" she most admires and most recently, saying she would support her for president.

"I hope she [Clinton] runs for president," O'Donnell said as a guest on Tuesday's "Good Morning America." "I would love to see her take out Obama in the primary, I would even be tempted to change my registration so that I could vote for her in the Democratic primary."

Asked later if she preferred Clinton as an easier GOP target, O'Donnell countered with a strong "no."

"Right now, I think anybody is better than Obama," O'Donnell said. 

"I thought she was tough. I said that she's no Reagan because I'd like to see her take it even a step further, to say that these leaks [sic] are going to be charged with treason."