In the following clip, Dr. White addresses two additional Arabic points. The first is that "ulima" (or "ulema" or "ulama") is a plural form, not a singular form (the singular is Alim) - so one cannot be "an ulema" although that's how Dr. Caner referred to his father in his speech at the 2009 Value Voters Summit (link to discussion) and in his sermon at Calvary Chapel Old Bridge (link to discussion).
Additionally, this error even pops up in one of the Caner brothers' books: More than a Prophet has the correct plural usage on pages 18, 42, and 233, but "a Muslim ulema" on page 21. Furthermore, the famous "lost in translation" page on Caner's website has the even more bizarre, "a scholar of an Islamic sect called Ulima." (source)
The second point relates Dr. Caner's claim to have been surrounded by "caliphats" (or "caliphates"?) when he visited his Muslim father, shortly before his father's death. A "caliphate" is analogous to a monarchy, with a "caliph" being the monarch. However, there is no caliphate at present - and no caliph (or - at any rate - no widely recognized one to unite Islam).
In any event, Turks who (like Dr. Caner) are familiar with and look up to Atatürk, know that he is credited with ending the attempted caliphate of the Ottoman empire. In fact, from other documents we have seen, it appears that Caner is also aware Atatürk's role in that regard (see about 95% of the way through this clip).
It's not clear why Dr. Caner includes "caliphats" (or "caliphates"?) in his list of the people surrounding his father at his father's death. However, it does not appear that it could possibly be correct.