The civil fraud case against former President Donald Trump won't be affected by a potential indictment in an unrelated criminal investigation by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's office, New York Attorney General Letitia James on Tuesday said. 

"No, it won't have any impact," James told Spectrum News 1 in a brief interview. "We go to trial in October." 

James' office has filed a civil suit against Trump as well as three of his adult children and the Trump Organization over allegations of seeking to pump up the value of assets as well as his net worth.

A trial has been scheduled for Oct. 2.  

Trump has denied the allegations and accused James, a Democrat, of bringing a politically motivated case against him and his company. 

James declined to comment on the potential indictment of Trump by Bragg's office, which has been investigating the former president's alleged effort to provide hush money to porn star Stormy Daniels.

James was in Albany to appear at a health care workers' rally. She also met privately with Democratic members of the state Legislature.