lol, WHAT? No.
You don't want polishing compound left behind embedded in the wax, (which you will have), it just contaminates and reduces the effectiveness of the wax, as well as the much larger amount of good and bad things removed from the paint, still suspended in the wax. Always make the larger (it's all relative) grit polishing a separate step, after which you use a strong detergent to wash off and strip away any wax that might remain.
After that step, if you still have swirl marks to get rid of then maybe a cleaner wax but you don't then need to put in an addition non-cleaner wax.
If you want the comprehensive solution it is not found by trying to mix everything together. First, polishing compound only if needed. Wash that completely off with strong detergent and hot water. Second, cleaner synthetic sealant, or non-cleaner if no cleaning needed which there shouldn't be after the first round of treatment, after you get into an n-month regimen of rewaxing (next step). There are exceptions, like if you have to park under sappy trees, have heavy exhaust deposit fallout from your parking location then you might need a cleaner more often but not as aggressive as a polishing compound. Third, wax top coat.
Mixing them is not the same, just like it is not the same to put toothpaste on your steak for dinner.