No, because of the rule that states no wishing for more wishes. He can't wish for more wishes, rule free or otherwise. If the rule didn't exist, then still no because the one where genie said he didn't bring people back from the dead, wasn't actually a rule, it was just genie's personal preference not to bring people back from the dead ''because it's icky'' which basically shows that there are some wishes he won't do, which kinda doesn't make sense with what Jafar wishes for.
If the genie has rules, then why not have one stating, you can't wish for infinite power, or anything evil, but nope, that's ok, as long as there's no murder, no luuuurve, and no pet cemetery sequels, anything else is a.o.k.
But at the end of the day, it's a cartoon made for fun that's not really supposed to be as closely scrutinised as this. It's a fantasy, so it doesn't have to make sense, and the wishes aren't the point of the story. The point is that, even someone who grows up in the slums, has more chance of fulfilling their greatest wishes, without the help of a genie, just by being themselves. As Aladdin's wishes kinda made things worse for him (except for setting genie fee, but that was a wish for genie, not for Aladdin) and it was only when he showed his true self to Jasmine, that he got his real wishes come true. Disney, bringing you life lessons since Mickey could whistle.