Inevitably this will result in fewer taxes being owed and a smaller state, which leads to less bureaucracy (and virtually all state evil is of bureaucratic origins, such as the fate of the European Jews which wasn't an ideological thing but a logistical solution which could occur due to a bureaucratic indifference) and less of a "I get payed to kick your ass" attitude in law enforcement.
In days up to not very long ago, government was only for those who could afford it, and you could not get paid for having government power. Given my grandfather Marcus proved that one can be the centuries greatest parliamentary man supporting five kids on a workers wage Id say extend a workers pay to all parliamentarians and government employees. All of them equally, low or no pay but privilege of serving the people. Like police rookie jobs could be unpaid, so you only get true puppies.
The minimized Tax Law as Ive introduced it here as what I think is a quite inevitable solution, also leads back to the idea that to serve in government is a privilege and not a paying job. Trump has well understood this, as he gives his salary away. Its not just that he doesn't need it. Its that he understands the high privilege of serving the people as their leader. This attitude must drive all politics.
" The strong do what they can do and the weak accept what they have to accept. "