The use of "outburst" is particularly bad ("Since when was it the BBC’s job to decide a President elect’s comments are outbursts?", asked Roland Deschain at Biased BBC. "They really hate that he’s doing all his communication on Twitter and bypassing the leugenpresse, don’t they?"). though 'complained' isn't exactly an impartial choice of word either. (Surely "he said" would have been better?)
Someone at the BBC must have realised how bad it looked and the article has now been edited to remove this less-than-impartial language. In the course of some three hours or so, it's gone from:
It is his latest unprecedented outburst on the social media network Twitter.
The comments came in his latest outburst on Twitter
Earlier, US President-elect Donald Trump tweeted in support of Israel, saying he would not allow it to be treated with "disdain and disrespect".
If anything the first version, with its ridiculously-worded "his latest unprecedented outburst" (almost worthy of the great Sam Goldwyn), is even worse than the second version.